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Best Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Deals: Save Up to $100 in Direct Discounts and Up to $850 of Trade-In Credit

If you want to get your hands on the older Pixel 7 series, we've rounded up the best deals you can find on them.

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Up to $550 off with trade-in
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Best Buy
Up to $850 off with trade-in
See at Amazon
Up to $65 off + bonuses
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Up to $750 back with trade-in
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Bonus savings on smartwatches and tablets
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$100 off, more with trade-in or new line

With the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro out in the wild, the older Pixel 7 series is no longer Google's flagship and, therefore, has some nice discounts on them. That's great because the older models are still quite powerful and are still some of the best Android phones you can grab. That said, with so many flocking to the newer generation, it's hard to find big deals on the 2022 models, with most of the offers coming in the form of the trade-in value. Even so, we have found a couple of direct discounts you can check out.

The Pixel 7 series offers some serious improvements over the 2021 Pixel 6 phones. Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro come with the second-gen Tensor chip, so you get a lot more power and efficiency, with battery life remaining relatively the same, even though you're getting more performance out of the phones.

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They both also come with improved cameras and have some changes to screen size, with the Pixel 7 going for the smaller 6.3-inch display rather than the 6.4-inch display of the Pixel 6. As for the Pixel 7 Pro, it continues to have a large 6.7-inch display, which is perfect for those who prefer larger screens. Note that there's also the more recently released Pixel 7A on the market from $499. And the Pixel Fold might also be something you'd be interested in, especially if you've been eyeing the foldables market for a while.

What colors do the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro come in?

Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro

The Pixel 7 comes in three colors: snow (white), obsidian (black) and lemongrass (yellow). The larger Pixel 7 Pro is available in snow, obsidian and hazel (green).

How much do the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro cost?

The Pixel 7 series has the same prices that the departing Pixel 6 series held, starting at $599. Here's how US pricing breaks down in full:

  • Pixel 7 (128 GB): $599
  • Pixel 7 (256GB): $699
  • Pixel 7 Pro (128GB): $899
  • Pixel 7 Pro (256GB): $999
  • Pixel 7 Pro (512GB): $1,099

Best Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro deals

There are a few benefits that come with buying your Pixel 7 from Google directly. For one, all models and colors are in stock, so you don't have to worry about getting your ideal configuration, and Google allows you to buy your phone outright, as opposed to an installment plan required by some retailers and carriers.

While there aren't any direct discounts there right now, you can get up to $550 in trade-in value against the Pixel 7 Pro when you hand in your old phone.

Best Buy is now offering up to $850 in trade-in credit against the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro when you hand over your old phone. The exact amount will vary based on the device you're trading in and its condition, with the latest iPhones netting you the biggest discount. You'll also get a free month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, three free months of YouTube Premium (for new subscribers only) and three free months of Google One 100GB (for new subscribers only) with the purchase.

Amazon doesn't have too many discounts on the Pixel 7 series right now, but it is offering $49 off the obsidian variant of the basic Pixel 7, which drops it down to $534. The Pixel 7 Pro isn't on sale, but you can save 50% on a pair of Pixel Buds A-Series of Pixel Buds Pro when bundled with the purchase. 

AT&T doesn't have any special offers on the Pixel 7 series at the moment, but it does have a trade-in program where you can save up to $750 with an eligible trade-in. The latest iPhones will net you the biggest discount, and you'll receive your credit in the form of an AT&T promotional card that can be used towards future purchases or bill payments.

Verizon isn't offering any savings on the Pixel 7 or 7 Pro right now, but you can take advantage of discounts on other Android devices when you bundle them with this purchase. You can save $350 on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 or $220 on the Pixel Watch 2. Just note that you'll need to activate a new line for these devices to get the discount.

T-Mobile no longer has the Pixel 7 Pro in stock, but it has knocked $100 off the basic Pixel 7, which drops the starting price down to just $500. Plus, you can get it for free with an eligible trade-in on a Go5G Plus plan, or save $400 when you add a new line of service. 

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